Which Email Client

Louis LeBlanc gnupg-users@gnupg.org
Thu Nov 8 17:27:01 2001

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On 11/08/01 09:55 AM, Richard B. Tilley sat at the `puter and typed:
> Hello GNUpg users,
> I use Slypheed, and I like it very much, but I would like to
> experiment with GNUpg on other email clients. I am not interested in
> mutt, pine or any other command-line-like email clients. Kmail
> doesn't run fast under Gnome (my desktop of choice), and Balsa seems
> too betaish, what do you guys use?
> Thanks for a great forum!

I know I'm not  the first one to plug Mutt here, in  spite of the fact
you said  you weren't  interested, but  take it as  a sign.  "All mail
clients  suck,  this one  just  sucks  less." (Jeremy  Blosser/Michael

Seriously. There is a  little up front work, but if  you want a really
slick client, try Mutt. A little  up front config, and you can prevent
those long lines :) and you can  do slick little things with your mail
right from your keyboard.

Louis LeBlanc      webmaster

Hartley's First Law:
  You can lead a horse to water, but if you can get him to float
  on his back, you've got something.

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